Spring 97
CS486

Applied Logic

 
Instructor:   Professor Robert L. Constable , 4147 Upson Hall,  rc@cs.cornell.edu.
Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 11:30- 12:00, Wednesday 3:00 - 4:00
 
TAPavel Naumov, 4156 Upson Hall, pavel@cs.cornell.edu.
 
Time & Location: TR 10:10 - 11:30, Phillips 403


Course Summary | Course Administration | Announcements | Lecture Notes | Assignments
Selected Solutions |Prelims | | Nuprl Link | Web Links


Course Summary


Course Administration

Work Load:

Grading:

Homework
35 - 45 %
must be your own words, acknowledging sources
Prelim
13 - 17 %
 
Final
25 - 35 %
 
Project
12 - 18 %
possible joint work

Textbooks:

  1. First Order Logic, R. Smullyan
  2. On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems, Kurt Godel
  3. Axiomatic Set Theory, P.Suppes

Announcements

Lecture Notes
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Assignments

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Selected Solutions To Assignments

Prelims
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Nuprl

Nuprl is a proof developing system created here, at Cornell CS Department. We will be using Nuprl 4.2 as courseware. You can find extra information about Nuprl Project at Nuprl Web Page . For those of you who re going to do course project in Nuprl there are three important documents to read


Database of Existing Mechanized Reasoning Systems (Stanford)


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